Take a Dorset adventure in the 75th-anniversary year of Enid Blyton’s first Famous Five book by spotting squirrels on Brownsea Island, eating top-notch seafood, staying in cool hotels and visiting Instagrammable villages.
It’s all go this Bank Holiday weekend with festival season beginning its jam-packed schedule. Whether you yearn for a journey back to the 80s, or you just want to spend the weekend tucking into tasty treats, you’ll find plenty to do in England suggests…
You’ll have a hard time choosing what to do this weekend with food, drink and music festivals kicking off. Expect top bands in Brighton, saucy so-and-so’s in London and scrumptious sausages in Leicestershire, suggests Danielle Jones
Get ready to party this weekend with a fantastic music event in central London or a folk festival in Yorkshire. Whilst foodies can sample tasty wares in Bristol, Portsmouth or Norwich suggests Danielle Jones.
Ever wondered where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 🍫 started, or what Bruce Bogtrotter's cake 🍰 might taste like? Discover this and more at the The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre.
Got a sweet tooth? 🍬 Roll on down to @RolysFudge shop, tucked away in a Georgian pantry by Salisbury Cathedral, and watch the fudge-tastic magic happen! 😍 #TravelTuesday
📍: Salisbury, Wiltshire @VisitSalisbury_ https://t.co/xRBodN5UeD
Happy #NationalCurryWeek 🍛. Today there are more Indian restaurants in Greater London than in Delhi and Mumbai combined! Spice up your week by grabbing a curry at one of these dalh-ightful spots 🤤. @thehandbook